“I was impressed with the way the writer spin a whole lot around of a simple story of mother and child and a spirit. It is told in such a way that you feel the three distinct characters. You feel the pain of a mother whose child is missing, you feel the trouble of an African boy born in Uk in search of identity and you feel the emotion of a reincarnated father who doesn’t want his biological child lost on the world of ‘missed identity’. It is the kind of story that touches you from the screen so I am not surprised at the success so far at the cinema’.
Mirror Boy which has been at Nigerian cinemas for four weeks running have so far grossed over N15 million and it sets the enviable record of being the highest selling Nollywood movie in Ghana